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Hi guys! How is it going? I am here today to share with you our latest subscription box from Little Passports- World Music.
The package includes:
- a letter from Max, Mia and Toby,
- a luggage tag
- a postcard
- an activity booklet
- flashlight adventures booklet
- a CD
- music cards
My daughter so loves music so when she heard that the package we have just received was about music, she was too excited and can’t wait to open the envelope.
Inside the envelope, we have received a letter from Mia and she talked about music cultures around the world. She also discussed some different musical instruments which they have encountered during their travel.
They also sent a postcard when they were in a concert hall in Russia.
Here is the luggage tag as well.
Let us not forget the music cards and the stickers showing different kinds of musical instruments. They are so cool! My daughter was amazed with them that she grabbed and played her pink toy guitar haha. She showed eagerness in learning the instruments that she asked so many questions. Some I really don’t know the answers hahaha.
And we have the Flashlight Adventures booklet. This booklet uses a special paper flashlight that once you slide it in between the dark plastic film and the booklet, it will reveal colorful images related to the monthly theme. Here is the glimpse of what is inside.
After checking on the instruments in the Flashlight Adventures booklet and the next month’s theme, my daughter turned her attention to the interactive workbook. Just like the previous subscriptions, the workbook is full of activities which enhances the kid’s skills and familiarisation of significant things around the world.
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After she finished answering the workbook, my daughter asked me to play the CD that comes along with the package.
The CD is composed of 11 catchy songs from Putumayo Kids. Putumayo Kids is known for finding wonderful music from around the world in a variety of languages and styles. So, not only do you get to use those vocal cords, you may learn a new word or two in the process! Here are a few examples of the songs youll find:
Brazilians know that music is a great way to meet new people, and Como Vai?, which means How are you? in Portuguese, the language spoken in Brazil, is about making new friends.
Shàng Xué G?
A Little Mandarin
Shàng Xué G? is a song in the Chinese Mandarin language about how much fun school can be and how exciting it is to learn new things.
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